CHANGE BECEAUSE OF CORONAVIRUS!
29 February 2020 – ‘WALK&WAIT’ CLINIC WILL STOP IMMEDIATELY!
Due to the Coronavirus, we will immediately stop the ‘Walk&Wait’ clinic in the early morning. We do this to limit the spread of the Coronavirus as well as possible.
As of March 2, 2020 there will be no more ‘Walk&Wait’ clinic. The clinic will be replaced by an appointment consultation hour.
21 February 2020 – ‘WALK&WAIT’ CLINIC WILL STOP as of June 1, 2020
As of June 1, 2020, there will be no more ‘Walk&Wait’ clinic in the early morning. The clinic will be replaced by an appointment consultation hour. We do this to improve the service to our patients. Advantages of an appointment consultation instead of the ‘Walk&Wait’ clinic are:
- No more crowded waiting rooms at 8 o’clock in the morning.
- No more long waiting times at the ‘Walk&Wait’ clinic.
- The possibility to make an appointment in the early morning.
- The possibility to make an appointment with your own (permanent) GP.
For more information about our consultation hours see appointment.
24 January 2018 - Winners ‘Uw Zorg Online award’
The 24th of january 2018 mr. Erik Gerritsen, Secretary-General of the Department of Public Health, Welfare and Sports, handed our practice the ‘Uw Zorg Online Award’ for being most successful in making our practice online accessible. The challenge was conducted during the national E-Health week and assessed 1000 general practitioner practices in the Netherlands. Our practice showed the highest percentage of users of the Patient Portal and the Uw Zorg Online app and we proved to show the fasted rise in user amount. Of course we are very proud to win this challenge and it awards the effort we have put in the online accessibility of our practice. In the near future the options of the Patient Portal will be expanded so people can acces results and information in their own file more easy.
20 May 2017 - Uw Zorg Online app
From now on, the online services of Huisartsen Sarphatipark are also available through an app: the Uw Zorg Online app. You can download the app on your smartphone or tablet in the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android). Unfortunately the app is still only in Dutch.
10 November 2016 – The yearly flu vaccination
The yearly flu vaccination protects against the more severe complications of the flu (Influenza). People at risk for these complications are eligible for free flu vaccination. You are eligible if you are over 60 years of age and for all ages when you have cardiovascular disease, lung disease, diabetes, kidney disease or impaired immune resistance. All people at risk get an invitation by mail. If you did not receive such an invitation and are eligible for flu vaccination, please do contact our practice.
Thursday 10 November between 13.00 and 15.00 the practice has a special vaccination surgery:
- The injection is in the upper arm. Please adjust your dressing to be convenient for this.
- Do bring your letter of invitation with you.
- You do not need to make an appointment for the vaccination surgery.
- There are no costs for this vaccination.
- If you cannot make it on this time and date, please contact our reception for another appointment.
Finally, if you do want to get the flu vaccination for any other reason, please contact the reception. Such vaccination is at your own expense.
1 June 2016 – Patients Portal app in development
We are developing an app for Patients Portal. In a few months you can use your smartphone or tablet to book online appointments, e-Consults or prescriptions. We keep you posted.
1 January 2016 – Medical research
Huisartsen Sarphatipark is collaborating with the Academic Network Family Medicine (ANH) of the VU Medical Centre in medical research. In this network GPs, researchers and teachers work together in medical research to innovate and improve General Practice Care. We think this is highly relevant and it helps us to raise our insight in GP care.
Participation in this network (ANH) implies that medical data of our patients will be used anonymously in research projects. We may also invite patients occasionally to actively participate in one of the research projects. All to ultimately improve the care for our patients.
Any questions on ANH or the privacy? Please, do not hesitate to ask your GP.